The diameter of the pancake was smaller than I expected, but the spherical form bean paste thrilled me.
According to the web site of Sweets Keyaki, a Zeitaku dora uses three times as much bean paste as normal dorayaki. The shop is specialized offering various dorayaki other than zeitaku dora. Some use fresh cream, ice cream, custard, etc. The price ranges from 130yen to 300yen for a piece. If you are interested, how about visiting the shop on the Hachimandori street? If you go from Hakodate station, the shop is located on your left.
Fukinotou(fuki, giant butterbur) found at Hakodate park.
This is Azuma-ichige at Toi-cho.
They are white arums(mizubasho) in Shikinomori Park.
Fukujusou at Kamiso dam.
Katakuri, or Japanese dog's tooth violets at Kamiso dam.
Kikuzaki-ichige at Mori-cho.
Ezoengosaku at Mori-cho.
Enreisou at Mori-cho.
The last three photos are taken at Torisaki Valley in Mori-cho.
It was broadcasted that the cherry front reached at Matsumae-cho yesterday. I'm really looking forward to see cherry blossoms here.